Youth Campaign for 1 Million Tree Plantation Nepal

by Centre for Socio-Enviroment Conservation Nepal (SEC-Nepal)


Tree planting: a key weapon against global warming. Plantation campaign believes strongly that it will make a valuable contribution to fight against global climate change, as well benefit society.
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Community is a victim of climate change as deforestation is taking place at an alarming rate. The land is degraded as a consequence of deforestation. The community is facing harsh climate, flood, land slides, no rain in time, high intensity of rain, unproductive land, drying of natural watr resources. The community will benefit. It will teach school children and youth the importance of plants in life which presumes sustainability of the project. It will be done through nature group formation.


Trees plantation in degraded land would definitely restore the degraded land into a productive land. Forests bring rain and conserve the soil preventing from land slide, flash flood and absorbs the green house gases from the atmosphere combating CC.

Long-Term Impact

As the project mainly focuses school children and youth and poor community intensively sustainability is ensured. The project will help out the poor students, farmers and women with scholarship, training, education and poverty alleviation.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Organization Information

Centre for Socio-Enviroment Conservation Nepal (SEC-Nepal)

Location: Damak, Jhapa - Nepal
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Pramila Chhetri
Damak , Jhapa Nepal

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